Canada's Dodge sees strong end to year

Strong global demand for Canadian goods and the holiday shopping season should allow the nation's economy to finish a rough year on a high note, Bank of Canada Governor David Dodge said in a speech on Monday.

Source: Ottawa Business Journal

Bank of Canada governor David Dodge forecast Monday that the nation's economy will pick up steam and grow by at least four per cent in the fourth quarter. That would be a strong turnaround from the tepid 1.1 per cent achieved in the third quarter, according to

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